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  1. #1
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    Jan 2008

    RP23 Compression Damping Ghetto-Adjust?

    New Mojo Owner here. The bike is on the shop stand, almost ready to roll.

    I noticed on the RP23 (which technically doesn't have compression damping adjustability) an allen head screw on the underside of the piston shaft (near the lower mount) that is filled with plastic to prevent tampering. Just wondering...any chance this is actually a compression damping adjuster made tamper-proof? Could we basically have a "twin clicker" just by getting the plastic fill out of the allen head?

    Let me know if anyone knows...

  2. #2
    holding back the darkness
    Reputation: subliminalshiver's Avatar
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    Jan 2007
    that's a negative. that tamper-proofing is there for your own good. I'm pretty sure fox wouldn't just leave a completely marketable feature like another tuning option sitting there without trying to sell it as such.
    **** censorship

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    Mar 2006
    Pretty sure that where you charge the IFP. Do not touch. Bad bad bad.

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